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Perrier

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  • Paper Size 50 x 70 centimetres
  • Image Size 50 x 70 centimetres
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About this artwork

Perrier is another popular stylised vintage advertising poster created for the French bottled mineral water company. This print is reproduced and licensed by the Villemot estate. Printed on premium satin finish paper, the colours and quality is achieved with premium Epson inks.

Most famous for iconic advertising images created for Bally Shoes, Air France, Perrier, Orangina and The Red Cross, Bernard Villemot specialised in transforming photographic images into bold, colourful artworks. Bernard Villemot was born 1911 and studies in Paris. It was 1953 when Villemot began designing logos and posters for iconic consumer brands. His work has become highly valued with collectors since his death in 1989 and several of his most popular artworks have been reproduced as vintage posters.

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